Founded in 1919, by André Citroën and part of Groupe PSA, Citroën, a French carmaker, has stood as a famous brand in the noble sense of the term. Recently, the company has launched a new electric vehicle called ‘Ami‘, an ultra-compact, agile urban mobility object that is accessible from the age of 14 (in France).
This 100% electric vehicle is inspired by Ami One Concept, which was unveiled in 2019, with a few changes to its final design. This new EV emits zero carbon emission and has a battery that can be charged in just 3 hours from a standard electrical socket, like a smartphone. It’s measures 2.41m long, 1.39m wide and 1.52m high, and has a 7.4m turning radius.